6 by Snowskau

6

Snowskau

12 October 2012 at 03:07:48 MDT

Designed a Borelian for Baitos

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    Found you, butthead! :D

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    Oh wowow, this is a fantastic concept!!

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    Ok, what is this adorable creature and am I allowed to make one for myself? I love its face shape fhdkjfldas

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      Maaaaybe

      I try to only give it out to the people I trust the most so that they won't become like sergals. Poor things. I have a pretty specific background set up for them, too.

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        Oh, no worries~ It's understandable. Cute character, though~! I love it. C:

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        I'm too in love with these. Can I know the background? ;o;

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          By the mid-twenty-second century genetic manipulation had become so well understood that biologists could modify or even create new beings. Extinct species such as the passenger pidgeon had been recreated, and human beings could be made virtually perfect. The average life expectancy without digitalization would be 124 years and because of cybernetics you could be basically immortal. But you can only improve a species so much, and biology tried to excel where cybernetics couldn't: the creation of fully functional original life-forms. The first few were simple animals, and after a while some parties started messing around with the human form. The idea of creating a lifeform as intelligent as a human was highly controversial but the practice started off very simple. The very rich could afford custom bodies - the first person who did this was a club owner who took the form of a suave devil. Eventually the practice connected with virtual reality and games, recreating popular species from fantasy and sci-fi universes, still only available for the upper class but slowly becoming more popular. Designing a body could be a very lucrative job and eventually a whole market formed. Certain designs became very popular and a century later a couple of them had even become wholly functional species. By 2400 the sci-fi dream of a colorful and crazy universe didn't seem very far away.

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    AAAAAAAAAAAAA I love the shape of the face. ; 3;

    I don't blame you for trying to keep them from suffering the same fate as sergals, though. ~_~ I feel like the only person in the world that ever designed a sergal the way they were MEANT to be designed. Though, this is the furry fandom. Really shouldn't be surprised.

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    Neat, I really like this guy - shapes in general, but also the color-scheme and your inking. Can I ask what tools you're using to draw?

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      Mostly brush tool, I use the magic wand and bucket to fill stuff in of course.

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        In Photoshop?

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    oohhhhh I love the persian markings plus the cool face n body shape!

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    Is there a reference for the borelian species?